The latest flagship device from HTC contains top-of-the-line specifications, and it is not surprising that many gadget lovers are asking about its release date and availability. Now, here's the latest round-up of update about HTC 10 (HTC One M10) deals, specs, and pre-orders.
HTC M10 is now available for pre-orders in Verizon Wireless. The mobile carrier will ship the device from May 5 onwards. The full retail price of HTC 10 is $648 for the 32 GB model. Buyers can also get the device by paying $0 down and a monthly payment of $22.83 for 24 months.
Take note that Verizon's installment plan for HTC 10 is around $548. This is because the carrier has reduced the monthly installment payment from $27 to $22.83. However, the offer is only available for a limited period so hurry up now.
Furthermore, Verizon has a trade-in program for interested buyers of HTC M10. Potential buyers can get up to $300 when upgrading or adding a line with the carrier. To avail this promo, buyers just have to trade-in their old smartphones. Both new and existing Verizon customers can get this offer.
According to Verizon's website, the promo is open to owners of Samsung Galaxy S7, LG G5, Droid Turbo 2, HTC 10 and iPhone 6s.
Sprint will also offer HTC M10 starting May 13. According to the company's press release, it will sell the latest HTC handset for $0 down and $26 per month payment spanning 24 months. The mobile carrier also boasts it has the industry's best 30-day satisfaction guarantee.
As for the specs of HTC M10, it is equipped with a powerful processor in the form of the Snapdragon 820, which is partnered with a massive 4GB of RAM and 32GB of storage.
When it comes to camera technology, HTC M10 has one of the best smartphone cameras available today. The handset has the world's first optically stabilized, larger aperture ƒ/1.8 lenses on both rear and front camera. Also, its cameras can shoot high-quality photos even in a low-light environment.
Audiophiles will love HTC 10's 24-bit Hi-Res audio that provides concert-like listening experience. The handset has high-performance DAC that delivers ten times lower distortion than other devices. Users can also create a Personal Audio Profile to match their listening preferences.
HTC M10 debut last month in a virtual event. As the name suggests, it is the tenth iteration of HTC M handsets.